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  1. Dorkly Explores The Art Of Pausing Your TV At Exactly The Right Moment

    Make it pbbbbbtttttt, Number One.

    Just remember while you're over at Dorkly looking through these screenshots and laughing at the actors' goofy faces, dear readers: if somebody paused you in the middle of speaking, you'd look just as dumb.

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  2. Sony Pictures Reportedly Hacked and Brought to a Standstill With Threats of Blackmail

    "Give us the Spider-Man rights and no one gets hurt!" -Hackers?

    Yesterday, reports began flying that Sony Pictures' entire computer system had been locked up by a hacker group making undisclosed blackmail threats. We can only guess the hackers' demands have something to do with Spider-Man movie rights based on absolutely no information other than that's what we'd blackmail them for if it were us.

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  3. Anna Kendrick on Feminist: “You Just Have to Fight Back and Own That Word”

    She also brought up Gamergate.

    Anna Kendrick shoots straight on Time Magazine's worst word poll debacle, Gamergate, and celebrity photo hacking.

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  4. Old LEGO Pamphlet Shows They’ve Been Fighting the Good Fight for Equality Since 1974

    Despite any recent missteps.

    This image of a message of equality on the back of a 1974 LEGO pamphlet has been floating around Reddit and, of course, Twitter, though some have doubted its authenticity. Well hush, naysayers; there's some pretty solid evidence that it's real, and it's very definitely awesome.

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  5. How Dare This 2-Second Firefly Animation Make Me Feel All These Feelings

    No no that's okay, I didn't need my heart.

    Animator Stephen Byrne recently released a 2-second teaser for an Animated Adventures of Firefly series, and it's a gorram doozy. Hit the jump for the GIF's full effect.

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  6. Huzzah: NYC’s First-Ever LGBTQ Comic Con Has Reached Its Fundraising Goal!

    Take that, winter.

    Great news, my fellow New Yorkers/aspiring visitors! With 9 days of fundraising still left to go, Geeks OUT has successfully reached its fundraising goal for Flame Con, the city's first-ever queer comic con!

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  7. Monday Cute: Have a Squeaky Pug Loaf

    Woof! Woof! Woof!

    "Gosh, I know the doctor said I'm not supposed to wake up Princess Snugglebutt during her night terrors, but it's so odd watching her get upset like this. Plus, now I can't get to sleep. Stupid squeaks."

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  8. Holy Crap Tamora Pierce Showed Up: The Mary Sue’s Favorite Comments Of The Week

    No big deal, just a huge YA author and one of my personal idols showed up in the TMS comments section this week. But first; your brilliance!

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  9. Oh, Bother: Polish Town Bans Winnie The Pooh As Punishment For His Brazen Nudity

    Bear. Naked.

    Several City Council members in the small town of Tuszyn recently suggested the British bear as a mascot for a local playground, but in minutes obtained by The Croatian Times, many city officials took deep offense to Winnie's free-flowing bear rump.

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  10. [Updated] Today Daniel Handler Is Matching All Donations Made To The #WeNeedDiverseBooks Campaign

    Innnteresting.

    After making a bunch of terrible and quite racist jokes at the expense of African American YA author Jacqueline Woodsen on Wednesday night, Series of Unfortunate Events author David Handler (better known as Lemony Snicket) has announced that he'll be donating a lot of money to a campaign dedicated to changing the landscape of children's literature—and he wants you to donate, too.

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